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i talk to say we are capping at 49. that's a big problem. that means the obama-care bill may actually add to the unemployment problem. bill: yes or no. do they have time to get the kings worked out? >> i don't think so. i think this bill is so structurally flawed you may have to -- most of the laws provisions are turning out to be pretty unpopular with the american people. bill: 20 minutes past the hour. martha: president obama apparently raising the bar for military intervention in syria. where is that red line now? >> when i'm making decisions about america's fashion security and the potential for taking additional action in response to chemical weapon use, i have got to make sure i have got the facts. [ bell dings ] [ crowd cheering ] [ male announcer ] for sensitive skin, there's fusion proglide. our micro thin blades are thinner than a surgeon's scalpel for our gentlest shave. switch to fusion proglide. gillte. the best a man can get. would absolutely not have taken a zip line in the jungle. i'm really gd that girl stayed at home. vo: expedia helps 30 million travelers a
soon? bill: stuart, thanks. see you 9:20, fbn. make it a great week. talk to you later. stuart varney there. martha if. martha: president obama is set to tap the mayor of charlotte, north carolina to run the transportation department. his name is anthony foxx. a white house official says that announcement could come later today. earlier this month, mayor foxx announced he would not seek reelection for mayor of charlotte. he wanted to spend more time with his children. he will be the first african-american nominee in the president's second cabinet. maybe spend more time in washington with them there. bill: but he has got his hands full with the transportation thing and security we talked about. martha: big job. bill: furloughs and all that stuff. martha: yeah. bill: just getting rolling, folks on a monday. there is dangerous flooding affecting more than a dozen states already and more rain is in the forecast. we'll show you where and how bad it is and how bad might be for millions of people. martha: look at this. a powerful explosion in a busy city center. we'll tell you what caused th
. it is profoundly unpopular he refuses to talk about it. he didn't talk about it during the presidential race. he still is not talking about. this law was passed three years ago. this federal government under president obama had three years to put in place what doug referred to. none of it is ready to go. by the way they're spending $30 million of taxpayer money on pr to try to sell it to the skeptical public. when reid says we have to spend more money to implement it, maybe some of that $30 million should go into instead of trying to sell it back to us. martha: we're starting to get inkling of this on the campaign trail, doug and what it will mean in the midterms. looking at south carolina race, you have elizabeth colbert busch, in a debate with mark sanford. said it is extremely problem matic. it is expensive. $500 billion more than it was. democrats keeping this at arm's length in this election. >> what monica said, is exactly right. it is unpopular. beyond being unpopular, you would expect a democratic president who wanted to you can successfully implement it would not blame the republicans a
get it. bill: breaking news now. one hour from now we hear the president in all likelihood talk about what is happening in syria. the question today is whether or not the administration is it back tracking about syria's use of chemical weapons. if true, that move would cross president obama's so-called red line. here is what chuck hagel, secretary of defense first said about these events just last week. >> the u.s. intelligence community assesses with many so degree of varying confidence that the syrian regime, has used chemical weapons on a small scale in syria. specifically, the chemical agent sarin. bill: that from last week. this,000 chuck hagel from yesterday. >> we are continuing to assess what happened. i think we should wait to get the facts before we make any judgements on what action, if any, should be taken and what kind of action. bill: ambassador john bolton now, former u.n. ambassador to the you know, fox news contributor. >> good morning bill. bill: deadly, serious stuff here. what is going on? >> the administration is not performing well here. it is not sending a signa
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